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|Institution:||University of British Columbia|
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Ling & Literature
|Specialty:||Diminutives; (Emotive) Interjections; Pragmatic markers; Evaluative morphology; Linguistic expressions of emotion|
|Selected Publications:||2015. Diminutive Interjections in Polish: The Case of (O)Jejku and (O)Jejciu! Studies in Polish Linguistics 10(4): 197-221.
2014. The emotive meanings and functions of English ‘diminutive’ interjections in Twitter posts. SKASE Journal of Theoretical Linguistics 11.2: 68-89.
2014. Differences in diminutive meaning between Polish mały and Russian маленький. Linguistica Silesiana 35: 207-224.
2012. Such a tiny little thing: diminutive meanings in 'Alice in Wonderland' as a comparative translation study of English, Polish, Russian and Czech. Verges: Germanic & Slavic Studies in Review, 1.1: 10-23.
|Courses Taught:||Special Topics. Ways of Seeing: Virtual Tour of Russia and Eastern Europe. Department of Germanic and Slavic Studies, University of Victoria. January-April 2016. 200-level course.
Beginning Russian I. Department of Germanic and Slavic Studies, University of Victoria. January-April 2015. 100-level course.
Approaches to Slavic Interaction
(LL Issue 25.2335)
In Search of Jane Austen (LL Issue 26.1457)
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